William Capron Stoneware Jar with Incised Cobalt Flower and Bird Decoration, Albany, New York, c. 1800-05, oval jar with reeded neck, applied lug handles with cobalt daubed terminals, the front and back decorated with incised cobalt blue decoration, one side depicting a flower blossom, the other a bird, ht. 13 3/8 in.
Early & large cobalt decorated pottery churn, stamped "I. Thomas" (Isaac Thomas, working in the area around Maysville-Lexington KY approximately 1834-1876). Eight gallon capacity mark with square cross hatched stamp surrounded by a cobalt looped border, "Kentucky 1836" in cobalt script, three cobalt decorated flowers below script. Reverse side with cobalt script, "I Thomas Manufacturer" with three cobalt decorated flowers below script. 23 5/8" H.
Antique Stoneware Blue Slip Decorated Bumble Bee Sting Crock